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Carson Wentz spent the bye week hunting in North Dakota with the Angels Mike Trout

Eagles Wire logo Eagles Wire 11/7/2018 Glenn Erby
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If the Philadelphia Phillies are able to land Mike Trout three years from now, they'll have Carson Wentz to thank.

The Eagles star quarterback and the Angels all-world outfielder have become good friends, so much so, that they spent the bye week hunting in North Dakota. Wentz said he was thrilled to spend the past week with Trout but admitted that the two really didn't talk any baseball.

"Mike and I, when we go hunting, we hang out, we don't talk too much baseball or football," Wentz said. "We keep it strictly hunting, just hanging out and having a good time. That's our time to get away from our sports and everything, so we don't talk too much about that."

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Wentz posted pictures of the great time the two men had, taking to his Instagram to post pictures of ducks and geese with both families.

"There are lots of ducks, and lots of geese, in North Dakota," Wentz said. "We had a great trip. Like I said earlier, it was just perfect timing for me and some of my friends and family to all get together, get away, get refreshed, recharged for the second half of the season."


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